Ivica, Ivo Orlić

  Ph.D. Ivo, Ivica Orlić
Professor (retired)

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1989 PhD in Physics, University of Zagreb, Croatia
1983 Master degree in Physics, University of Zagreb, Ruđer Bošković Institut
1979 Bachelor of Science, University of Rijeka
1960-72 Primary and secondary school, Punat the Island of Krk and Rijeka, respectively


Ruder Boskovic Institute, Research associate and PhD student
Free University, Amsterdam
National University of Singapore, Post Doc, research scientist, senior lecturer, deputy director of Research Center for Nuclear Microanalysis
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Sydney, Australia, Senior research scientist
As a consultant of IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna) took part in a number of expert missions to developing countriessuch as Africa, Asia, Sout America

I. Orlic, C.H. Sow and S.M. Tang, Experimental L-Shell X-Ray Production and Ionization Cross Sections for Proton impact, Atomic Data Nuclear Data Tables 56 (1994) 159-210
I. Orlic, F. Watt, K. K. Loh, and S. M. Tang, Nuclear Microscopy of Single Aerosol Particles, Nuclear Instruments and Methods, B85 (1994) 840-844
I. Orlic, Present Status of the Experimental L-shell Ionization Cross Sections for Light Ion Impact, Nuclear Instruments and Methods, B87 (1994)285-292
Z. Smit and I. Orlic, First Order Theories for Adiabatic L-shell Ionization by Protons, Physical Review A, 50 (1994) 1301-1308
S. Fazinic, I. Bogdanovic, M. Jaksic, I. Orlic and V. Valkovic, L-shell X-ray Production Cross Sections of In, Sn, Te, Cs, La, Pr, Nd and Sm for Protons of Energy 2-6 MeV, J. Physics, B27 (1994) 4229-4241
I. Orlic, The Nuclear Microscope: A Review of Applications in the Environmental Sciences, Nucl. Instr. Meth., B 104 (1995) 602-611
I. Orlic, T. Osipowicz, F. Watt and S.M. Tang, The Microanalysis of Individual Atmospheric Aerosol Particles Using the Nuclear Microscope, Nucl. Instr. Meth., B 104 (1995) 630-637
S.C. Liew, I. Orlic, and S.M. Tang, PIXE tomographic reconstruction of elemental distributions using an iterative maximum-likelihood method, Nucl. Instr. Meth., B 104 (1995) 222-227
S. Fazinic, I. Bogdanovic, M. Jaksic, I. Orlic and V. Valkovic, L-shell X-ray Production Cross Sections of Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb, and Lu for Protons of Energy 2-6 MeV, Nucl. Instr. Meth., B94 (1994) 363-368
S. Fazinic, T. Tadic, I. Bogdanovic, M. Jaksic, I. Orlic, V. Valkovic, K Shell Ionization of V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, and Cu by 5-12 MeV Carbon Ions, Nucl. Instr. Meth., B114, (1996) 232-236
I. Orlic, Bao Wenlan, F. Watt and S.M. Tang, Air Pollution in Singapore; its Multielemental Aspect as Measured by Nuclear Analytical Techniques, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 44 (1997) 455-470
I. Orlic, K.K. Loh, S.C. Liew, Y.K. Ng, J.L. Sanchez, S.M. Tang , TTPIXAN - The 4th Generation, Nucl. Instr. Meth., B130 (1997) 133-137
Y.K. Ng, I. Orlic, S.C. Liew, K.K. Loh, S.M. Tang, J.L. Sanchez, T. Osipowicz, S.M. Tang And F. Watt, A PIXE micro-tomography experiment using MLEM algorithm, Nucl. Instr. Meth., B130 (1997) 109-112
I. Orlic and S. M. Tang, Elemental Depth Profiles in Marine Sediments of Singapore Coastal Waters, Nucl. Instr. Meth, B 150 (1999) 291-297
I. Orlic, S. J. Zhou, J.L. Sanchez, F. Watt, S.M Tang, Virtual PIXE and RBS Laboratory, Nucl. Instr. Meth, B 150 (1999) 83-89
I. Orlic, R. Siegele, David D. Cohen, E. Stelcer, A Sarbutt, S.J. Markich, R.A. Jeffree, D. Dev. Menon, D.C. McPhail, Heavy metal pathways and archives in biological tissue, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B190, pp. 439-444 (2002).
I. Orlic, R. Siegele, D.D. Cohen, K. Hammerton, R.A. Jefree, Nuclear Microprobe Analysis of Lead Profiles in Crocodile Bones, Nucl. Inst. Meth B210 (2003) 330-335
N. P. Bhatia, K.B. Walsh, I. Orlic, R. Sigele, Nanjappa Ashwath and A. J.M. Baker, Studies on spatial distribution of nickel in fruit of metal hyperaccumulator Stockhoustia tryonii, using nuclear microprobe (micro-PIXE) and EDXS techniques, Functional Plant Biology 31, 1061-1074 (2004)
Naveen P. Bhatia, Ivo Orlic, Rainer Siegele, Nanjappa Ashwath, Alan J. M. Baker and Kerry B. Walsh, Elemental mapping using PIXE shows the main pathway of nickel movement is principally symplastic within the fruit of the hyperaccumulator Stackhousia tryonii, New Phytologist, 160 Page 479, 2003

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